Real Paranormal Stories | In Search Of Mary Sibbald
Real paranormal stories and the resulting search into them as we take you on a journey of spirit communication, history, mystery and the REAL paranormal story behind the apparitions.
In this first video, we go in search of Mary Sibbald….
Mary Sibbald was the daughter of the Laird of Balgonie Castle and alleged to have had the misfortune to fall in love and elope with one of the gipsies living in the Court Cave.
The jealous Jean Lindsay – the ex-partner of the man – is said to have planted a brooch under her sleeping mat. The next morning, Lindsay declared her jewellery stolen and thus a search began and turned up the brooch.
Mary – accused of the theft – was tried and found guilty in the Court Cave by Baron The Haunted Caves Of WemyssBaillie. She was sentenced to 12 lashes of the whip and after great sorrow, died of a broken heart as she was being soothed by a friendly Monk.
Lindsay always denied accusations of having borne false witness against Mary. Yet at one point the apparition of a white-clad woman with blue eyes entered the cave for a mere few seconds, it was Mary’s spirit. Enough was the experience, a frightened Jean Lindsay confessed to her dastardly deed.
The apparition of Mary Sibbald or ‘The White Lady’ made several appearances at both the caves and Macduff Castle.
Is Mary still here?
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